View Full Version : The Texas Department Of Crimminal Justice.

14-02-10, 03:14 PM
this is a link to the Texas department of crimminal justice.


Very interesting informations about individuals who sit on deathrow waiting for their execution, people who were executed, last words statements and most wanted. It is very interesting

19-02-10, 05:06 AM
very cool link, thanks....


"Tell my family goodbye. I can't see them.
Jenny, you keep your promise to me, O.K.?
Dell, you take care of Gaylene always.
Dixie watch over all the kids. Tell them thank you for coming down.
Jennie talk to them O.K.? Talk to Jennie, O.K. Dell.
Dell you tell the rest of them what they did was wrong for letting me fall for what they did.
I never done anything in my life to anybody."

19-02-10, 01:14 PM
That's really cool. I like that there are pictures.
I like the ones with simple last statemensts like "Bye, I'm ready" that was a good one.

Texas rules! :D

30-03-10, 01:06 PM
Great link Bessey, thank you for sharing it.

31-03-10, 02:03 AM
TEXAS does the most executions in America.....

02-04-10, 01:15 AM
Fantastic page! I liked this one.
(Seemed to have the ring of truth about it) want to thank Father Walsh for his spiritual help. I want to thank Bob Ray Sanders and Steve Blow for their friendship. What I want people to know is that they call me a cold-blooded killer when I shot a man that shot me first. The only thing that convicted me was that I am a Mexican and that he was a police officer. People hollered for my life, and they are to have my life tonight. The people never hollered for the life of the policeman that killed a thirteen-year-old boy who was handcuffed in the back seat of a police car. The people never hollered for the life of a Houston police officer who beat up and drowned Jose Campo Torres and threw his body in the river. You call that equal justice. This is your equal justice. This is America’s equal justice. A Mexican’s life is worth nothing. When a policeman kills someone he gets a suspended sentence or probation. When a Mexican kills a police officer this is what you get. From there you call me a cold-blooded murderer. I didn’t tie anyone to a stretcher. I didn’t pump any poison into anybody’s veins from behind a locked door. You call this justice. I call this and your society a bunch of cold-blooded murderers. I don’t say this with any bitterness or anger. I just say this with truthfulness. I hope God forgives me for all my sins. I hope that God will be as merciful to society as he has been to me. I’m ready, Warde